Ginger's Fireworks Safety Tips

Children - Educational
34 Pages
Reviewed on 05/09/2024
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Author Biography

Ginger is a real deer that roams our 47 acres in Tennessee (her photo is on the back cover of the book).
The idea for this book is based on her and the interaction I imagined her sharing fireworks safety, fun and friendship in the July 4th town parade.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite

Fireworks can be loads of fun; however, the first rule of using fireworks is safety. AimeeAnn Blythe emphasizes safety while having fun in Ginger’s Fireworks Safety Tips. As an adult, you have probably heard all these safety tips before but your child will delight in reading this colorful book full of friendly animals. Ginger, the deer, and all her wildlife friends share the importance of adult supervision, never holding a lit firework in your hands, lighting fireworks only outdoors, and many other safety concerns. Fire fascinates many children, and when they see adults using lighters or matches to set off fireworks, they may think of these as toys. Children must learn that fire is not a toy and can be very destructive. Careful use of fireworks will ensure fun for all.

AimeeAnn Blythe knows the allure of excitement and its danger. In Ginger’s Fireworks Safety Tips, AimeeAnn shares how to avoid the risk of lighting fireworks and instructs children in properly using them. An accident will quickly turn a fun outing into a trip to the hospital, but using safety tips will greatly reduce the chances of accidents. This beautifully illustrated book will draw your child to the words and pictures. As a parent, you want to ensure your child has many enjoyable and memorable times. You also want to be sure they are safe and that any danger is lessened by practicing safety. AimeeAnn writes on a child’s level so they can easily understand how important it is to always be safe, even when having fun. This is a great book to give your child before July 4th.

Keith Mbuya

The town of Bee Branchville is holding a July 4th parade and is urging everyone to join. Ginger, a deer, and her friends see a signpost about the event in town and decide to attend. They all walk to town but find the shops closed. They find another signpost saying: “Helpers needed. Sign up at Fireworks Safety Float.” They quickly sign up and offer their help. At the safety float, Ginger and her friends help teach kids and their families how to handle and use fireworks safely. Do you know how to use fireworks? Do you know what safety precautions you are supposed to take when using fireworks? Don’t worry if all this is new to you. Pick up AimeeAnn Blythe’s Ginger’s Fireworks Safety Tips to be in the know.

Looking for a children’s adventure and educational picture book? AimeeAnn Blythe’s Ginger’s Fireworks Safety Tips is just what you should be looking for. It is also a great pick for a kids’ holiday read. Weaving an intriguing plot, Blythe ingeniously introduces kids to the safety precautions to be observed when using fireworks. The colorful and adorable images not only brilliantly complement the text, but they will have kids hooked to the pages. Blythe’s choice of vocabulary is thoughtful and very comprehensive. Considering the high number of accidents and damage associated with fireworks every year, we must teach kids fireworks safety tips. Ginger’s Fireworks Safety Tips is the third installment in the amazing Ginger series. If you haven’t yet read any previous books in the series, I have news for you; you are missing out.

Courtnee Turner Hoyle

Ginger's Fireworks Safety Tips is the third book in the Ginger Series by AimeeAnn Blythe. The Bee Branchville parade is scheduled for July fourth, and Ginger and all her forest friends are excited to walk down and take part in the festivities. All the businesses are closed, and Ginger and her friends volunteer to help with the fireworks float. They learn safety tips about using fireworks and pass them on to readers and the parade attendees. The author focuses on important rules for children to follow that encourage younger children not to handle fireworks, matches, and lighters and older children to enlist an adult's supervision. The author lists alternatives to fireworks for celebrating and gives statistics on fire damage and injuries caused by fireworks.

AimeeAnn Blythe shares a colorful book with cute characters and a very important topic. During any holiday with fireworks, children should be aware of the dangers of fire-related products. Blythe conveys the rules for safely enjoying fireworks as children glance at the fun illustrations. Children will associate certain fire rules with their favorite forest friends. In addition to guidelines for fireworks, Blythe also touches on the dangers of matches and lighters. Ginger is based on a real deer with an orange collar, making the story more endearing. Ginger and her friends pass on the fire safety rules, encouraging readers to tell their friends, too. Caregivers who hope to communicate firework safety rules to children in an entertaining way would benefit from reading Ginger's Fireworks Safety Tips.